How to change Linux root password temporarily If you are logged in as root and you don’t know the root password then you can follow the steps. You can easy to change your root password. Step 1. Back-up your current shadow file. [[email protected] ~]# cp /etc/shadow /etc/shadowbkup Step 2. Change the current root password [[email protected] […]See More
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How to force www or non-www in your .htaccess file in cPanel Many customers at some point request to force either the www or non-www version of their site to display in their visitor’s browser. Though this results in the same site being displayed there is some thought that using only one version is better […]See More
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